3 Simple Moves For Knee Pain

Exercise for the knees- seat rotator

Exercise for the knees- side kicks Exercise for the knees-Front kickThe jury is in: “Bad knees” aren’t sidelining your workout; your hips may be the guilty party. According to a review of 28 years’ worth of research on common exercise injuries, hip strength is the biggest predictor of knee pain. So grab a resistance band and do these moves daily, working up to 3 sets of 10 reps on each side.

Side Swing: Anchor band on left side at floor height and loop band around right ankle. Balancing on left foot (hold on to something if needed), raise right leg out to side; lower.
Front Kick: Turn so band is anchored behind you and around left ankle, foot flexed. Swing left leg forward about 12 inches, keeping it straight, and return to start.
Seated Rotator: Sit so band is anchored to right and around left ankle. Cross ankles. Keeping knees together, rotate left leg outward about 12 inches. Return to start.

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